With Valentine’s Day upon us, many people are considering the best way to show their loved ones that they care. Sometimes it is with flowers. Sometimes it is with food and sometimes it could just be a homemade gift. However, there is no denying that one or two people might be deciding to take the next step in their relationships and ‘propose’.
Now this doesn’t have to be in the conventional sense. It can be just as significant if someone tells you that they also see a future (or want to grow old) with you. If you’ve been considering committing to someone but don’t know the best way to do it, maybe these movies can help you? The creativity in these ‘proposals’ has proven to be quite memorable.
10 Robbie and Julia – The Wedding Singer (1998)
The wedding singer Not only did it wipe out the iconic working relationship of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, it also gave the world one of the most iconic rom-coms of its time. After all, what is a wedding movie without at least one epic proposition?
Although Robbie (Sandler) and Julia (Barrymore) start out as simple friends, their relationship becomes complex as Julia is already engaged. This all ends with Robbie chasing after Julia before she can marry her fiancé and serenading her on the plane. While it is not your traditional marriage proposal, it is extremely cute.
9 Jamie & Landon – A Walk to Remember (2002)
When it comes to teen romances, none are quite as iconic as A walk to Remember. Adapted from the hit novel by Nicholas Sparks, this film centers on Landon (Shane West), a troubled high school senior who ends up falling in love with Jamie (Mandy Moore), the daughter of a minister, who reveals he has cancer.
Although these two are barely adults, they fall madly in love with each other. Landon ends up proposing to Jamie while the two are under the stars, waiting for a comet to be visible through Jamie’s new telescope that Landon has built.
8 Nick and Rachel – Crazy Rich Asians (2018)
When crazy Rich Asians Released in 2018, it became the highest-grossing romantic comedy of the 2010s. With its successful run at the box office, the The film also made history for Asian-American representation..
Apart from breaking down barriers, Crazy Rich Asians it also gave us one of the best proposal scenes ever. After realizing that Nick’s (Henry Golding) family would never accept her, Rachel (Constance Wu) decides to return home. Determined not to let her go, Nick chases her down and ends up proposing to her on the plane. As if that wasn’t cute enough, Nick reveals that the ring he’s proposing with once belonged to his mother, meaning he’s finally come to accept Rachel.
7 Toula & Ian – My Big Greek Wedding (2002)
My big greek wedding made history for a number of reasons when it was released in 2002. It became one of the most iconic “sleeping hit” movies and is now the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time. A milestone without ever having been number one at the box office.
While the film really does focus on Toula (Nia Vardalos) and Ian (John Corbett) ‘s path to marriage, the writers were smart enough to include their opening story in the film, including their epic and simple proposition. As they lie in bed together, Ian is so overwhelmed by his love for Toula that he asks to marry her right there. The proposal is proof that not everything has to be exaggerated as long as it comes from the heart.
6 Edward and Bella – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
While not all of them may have been “Team Edward” during the heyday of the Twilight Insanity, everyone can agree that Edward’s (Robert Pattinson) proposal to Bella (Kristen Stewart) was more than perfect.
After surviving death on more than one occasion, Edward finally decides to ask Bella to marry him in the third installment of the series. Eclipse. Since Edward has been alive for over a century, he tells Bella about all the different ways their relationship could have happened if they had met before he finally pulls out his mother’s ring and asks Bella to pass forever. with the.
5 Harry and Sam – The Things About Harry (2020)
While Hollywood and romantic comedies have come a long way and started to become more inclusive, some of the biggest romantic moments often happen off-screen. So even though Harry (Niko Terho) and Sam (Jake Borelli) don’t actually have an on-screen proposal in Harry’s thing, when they agree to be together, it is equally cute and iconic.
Sam and Harry have a complicated history together, but only after sharing a car ride home do these two realize they have so much more in common. However, it is not until the end of the movie that Sam and Harry are honest with each other about their feelings.
In fact, it takes a big romantic gesture from Harry in which he tells Sam that “there is no one he would like to spend his life with” for these two to finally reunite. While the proposal is not seen on screen, Harry’s statement rings true when he and Sam end up married and raise a child together.
4 Jerry and Dorothy – Jerry Maguire (1996)
Jerry maguire It is a mass romantic comedy because it manages to combine romance with sport, something that is not always done. Plus, it stars two iconic actors, Tom Cruise and Renée Zellweger.
What is ironic about the Jerry maguire The proposal scene is often overshadowed by the iconic and quotable scene that comes just before the proposal, where Zellweger utters those famous words, “you had me at hello.” The proposal comes later, when Jerry continues to chase Dorothy as she tries to leave town with her son. He finally gets her to stop and listen and at that moment Jerry asks her to marry him so they can stay and be a family.
3 Kristen & Jeremy – Think Like a Man (2012)
When it comes to underrated romantic comedies, Think like a man certainly tops the list. Not only does the movie tell an relatable love story, it also has a pretty memorable proposition.
In the movie, Kristen (Gabrielle Union) is determined to get Jeremy (Jerry Ferrara), who has a commitment phobia, to marry her. However, he ends up realizing that his plan is jeopardizing his own happiness. The two end up breaking up and Kristen gets lost at her job. Realizing that Kristen is the one, Jeremy shows up at one of Kristen’s house exhibits and proposes to her right there, admitting that he wants to be her husband.
two Rachel and Luce – Imagine Me & You (2005)
Imagine you and me it’s definitely an underrated movie that may not hold up as well as it did when it was released. It is also another of those films that have a more “off-screen” proposal but a proposal after all.
In the movie, Rachel (Piper Perabo) and Luce (Lena Headey) find themselves in a complicated relationship when Rachel begins to develop feelings for Luce despite being married. As their friendship teeters on the brink of romance, Rachel must come to terms with her feelings.
In the end, Rachel is separated from her husband and pursues Luce in an epic romantic gesture, where she admits that she wants to be with Luce and sees “a future with her. Years later, Rachel and Luce look happy together.
1 Belle and Jesse – Taxi (2004)
Although Cab It is classified as an action comedy, that does not mean that there are no romantic elements. The 2004 version starring Queen Latifah, Jimmy Fallon and Henry Simmons has one of the most heartfelt and unique propositions of all time.
Like all good proposals, it’s about preparation, which also means that the best surprise comes at the end of the movie. In the movie, it is revealed that Belle (Latifah) and Jesse (Simmons) had been together for years, and the latter was ready to take the next step in their relationship. The problem is, you can’t seem to find the perfect time to propose (until the very end).
When Belle finally achieves her dream of driving in NASCAR, Jesse proposes to her just before her first big race, using the Jumbotron to question her. Considering how monumental the day had been for Belle, this moment made it even more special.
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